There is also the chance here that a government that has gotten caught with it's hand in the cookie jar has set up a less than upstanding individual to take a fall for them to make those that accuse them look like fools, I smell a rat.
Unprovable conspiracy theory fodder at best on my part
The surprise is that the Guardian burned their source. That's unusual in the press.
Even in his swanky Hong Kong hotel, where he takes his meals in his room. And hasn't really been out of that room since early May.
Even more telling, he's an Obamabot who, despite Barry's declarations about his "transparent" administration, concluded that Barry just dug in more. And became disillusioned.
What we're seeing here is sour grapes -- not some kind of righteous insistence that right beats might.
I admire the guy's courage. High school GED, 29-years-old (meaning very little world experience), and he's cowering in his hotel room.
Awaiting that bullet in the back of the head. Or that little pinprick and eternal blackness.
- It's a bit scary that a relatively junior contractor had access to this information, and it doesn't bode well for the administration's claims that they will safeguard our personal information in all of the other areas where they are now intruding.
- I wonder if the Chinese will grant him asylum. He's going to have a lot of information that they will want.
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